Faculty-Led Programs

flp flyer imageFaculty-Led Programs (FLPs) allow you to experience studying abroad with other San José State University students through programs designed and taught by SJSU professors. Normally lasting two to four weeks, FLPs let you earn SJSU credit over the summer, winter and spring breaks. With programs offered in more than 20 countries...

let the world be your classroom!


July 31      India Winter FLP Info Session, 2PM via Zoom Meeting Link

Aug 7         India Winter FLP Info Session, 3PM via Zoom Meeting Link or in HB 416

Aug 14      India Winter FLP Info Session, 12:30PM via Zoom Meeting Link or in HB 416

Aug 20      India Winter FLP Info Session, 11am via Zoom Meeting Link or in HB 416



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In the College of International and Extended Studies (CIES), we understand the importance of studying abroad. Due to current immigration policies, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students may substitute international experiences outside the country with domestic immersion experiences within the United States. This upcoming winter and spring break there will be three domestic cross-cultural trips offered through Global Education and Initiatives (GEI). Please visit GEI's website in mid-September for more information on these domestic opportunities (http://www.sjsu.edu/gei/). CIES staff will continue working with the Colleges and departments to identify additional "study-abroad-at-home" experiences within the U.S.

On campus, there are many opportunities to engage in intercultural experiences including participation in the Global Student Network (GSN) student organization, living at the International House, pursuing recognition of your international involvement through the Global Leadership Advancement Center (GLAC), attending weekly Coffee Hours, and volunteering in the community locally. To learn more about domestic cross-cultural trips, please e-mail GEI.